Kentuckiana AIDS Alliance

One Partnership, Endless Possibilities

Peer Advocacy Program (PAP)
Our new Peer Advocacy Program (PAP) unites newly diagnosed HIV+ folks with an advocate who can help them navigate their new normal. The goal is to provide social support so that the client adheres to meds, stays stably housed and feels connected.

Kentuckiana AIDS Alliance recognizes that the COVID pandemic has profoundly impacted socialization.
For people living with HIV, this can be a critical loss of connection. KAA can pair someone who is newly diagnosed with an advocate so that they can have ongoing social support on a one to one basis.
For more information, please email info@kentuckianaaidsalliance.org

KAA is also seeking more advocates to work with this program. If you are interested, please send an email to the above address.

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EVICTION PREVENTION PROGRAM (EPP)
Having a place to call home makes everyday challenges a little less, well, challenging! Imagine having a chronic disease and the threat of losing your home. Our Eviction Prevention Program will help our HIV+ community members stay home and stay well!

Kentuckiana AIDS Alliance can help people living with HIV stay housed if their landlord has filed for their eviction for non-payment of rent. Program participants will meet with an Eviction Prevention Specialist to determine eligibility, to develop a sustainable financial plan and can be referred to other service if needed.
For more information, please email info@kentuckianaaidsalliance.org

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Sexually Transmitted Infections Testing

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Legal Aid

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2022

Jane Goldstein in memory of Kathlyn Glasgow

Gina Basso in memory of Kathlyn Glasgow

Cathy Reisfield in memory of Kathlyn Glasgow

VOICES of Kentuckiana in memory of Kathlyn Glasgow

Steven Porter in memory of Kathlyn Glasgow

Michael Hines

Elizabeth Beam

Mary Jo West

Karen Brown

Chuck Corby-Lee

Jeff Noble

Teresa Walton-O'Bannon

Bart Carnes

Don Luckett

Karen Cox-Whipple

John Chatham

Bobbie Glass

Jessa Coleman

Ann Hagan-Grigsby

Takeisha Thompson-Nunez

Renarda Allen

Edward Hessel

Tom Dumstorf

Shawn Fields

Anita Barbee

Rhonda Schladand

Mary Beth Gardner

Elwood Stroder

Wayne Fulton

Nora Eileen Boyle

Rhonda Cowan


2021

Russ Lemons

Tiffany Lawson

Ann Hagan-Grigsby

Paige Hessel

Patricia McCrea

Derby City Sisters

Jon Parker

Cathy Spencer

Baxter's 942

Jeff Noble

Edward Hessel


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